The governor shall appoint a member of the parole board to be chairman. The chairman of the parole board shall designate three members of the parole board
for each meeting of the parole board. Meetings of the parole board must be held in accordance with rules established by
the parole board and must be held as often as required to properly conduct the business
of the board, but in any event not less than six times per year. The parole board may only take action upon the concurrence of at least two members
who participated in the same meeting. The final decision of at least two parole board members who participated in the
same parole board meeting constitutes the decision of the parole board. Members are entitled to be compensated at the rate of seventy-five dollars per day
for each day actually and necessarily spent in the performance of their duties as
board members plus the same mileage and expenses as are authorized for state officials
and employees. The director of the department of corrections and rehabilitation or the director's
designee is the clerk for the parole board.
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